New Hampshire dispenses down-home advice

Levinson, Nancy
July 1993
Planning;Jul93, Vol. 59 Issue 7, p24
Trade Publication
Features the Community Stewardship Program (CS), a voluntary planning and design assistance program in New Hampshire. Composition of a CSP team; Advisory role; Funding; Emphasis on small communities; Positive impact on interaction between townspeople and team members. INSET: Untitled (Minnesota Design Team), by Bruce Rips..


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